This disjointedness, however, is willful and conscious one. I like browsing the Web, getting to places I never thought of visiting before, ordering stuff from online malls.
Besides that, the disjointedness leaves it traces (as I described above) and thus falls back on you. This opens the chance to dissect your very own behaviour when giving in to the flow of the Web and its mass of information. You can watch yourself not only while actually doing it, but after you have done it. The distance allows a more rational analysis that is opposed to the panic-like reaction of simply shutting your sensory apparatus down and crawling back into yourself.